By definition, there are dozens of possible symptoms of PMS, or Pre-Menstrual Syndrome, but typically for women, it means once a month they go through a period of feeling tired, clumsy, depressed, and irritable. We found a few suggestions that may offer some relief.
Connie Roberts, a Registered Dietitian, has spent much of her career researching the connection between Premenstrual Syndrome and diet. She says there are some tricks to controlling PMS. It won't work for everybody, but she says in addition to six small meals rather than big ones every day.
There are seven diet do's and don'ts that have shown great promise in alleviating symptoms.
Of course, before you start a diet to control PMS, you should talk to your doctor about all your symptoms to make sure there's not some other problem that needs to be ruled out.
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